Cloud security going into 2018

The cloud is becoming more and more preferred as times goes by. Data and applications are streaming to it at a faster rate every hour, and more people are deciding to turn to cloud services on a daily. There is no question as to why this is happening, the cloud services are extremely convenient and

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2018 predictions: Healthcare security breach

As we all have become aware, 2017 was a free for all when it comes to security breaches.  There were countless phishing scams, ransomware, state-sponsored attacks and new forms of attacks that all made headlines and shook us to our boots. However 2018 means a new year and a new us! Right? Well we hope

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2018 security expenses expected to rise in response to 2017

2017 was full of news on companies and corporations that had security breaches, and the effects on the masses that would follow because of them. Because of this hard pressed security year, it is expected that in 2018, the total expenses on security spending will rise, by about an estimated 8%. A research firm known

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The most popular passwords, proven by hacked accounts

So apparently, every year SplashData compiles a list of passwords and rates them according to occurrence. These passwords are from accounts that have been stolen and made public. There are millions of these accounts and the similarities in the passwords show the unoriginal ideas people come up with to secure their information. Due to the

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Companies who have been breached are still confident in their defenses

There has been a lot of articles and news covering companies and businesses who have security breaches and had people’s vulnerable information out in the hands of some hackers. Despite this news, APAC organisations are still confident in their online security measures, and feel like they don’t need to change or enhance those measures. Fortinet

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Follow up information on the Uber data breach

Earlier today, it was made public the specifics that were stolen during the Uber data breach. Uber gives a more in-depth idea of the information accessed by the hackers, giving customers and drivers a stronger understanding of their vulnerability. Some U.S. senators have been hounding Uber for more information on their security breach and what

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HP laptops pre-installed with keyloggers

Recently made public by a security researcher by the name of ZwClose, is the unfortunate mishap affecting some of the HP laptops. Supposedly in the past there have been complaints about HP leaving key loggers installed on laptops, posing a potential danger to those whose laptops are involved. Key loggers that could allow hackers to

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Breaking news! Everything keeps breaking! Here we go again…

Another day another security breach! But where at this time you may ask? A cryptocurrency company known as NiceHash. Early Wednesday, it was discovered that hackers had breached the bank of NiceHash and stolen potentially millions of dollars in bitcoins. It was made known that most of the funds stolen belonged to the customers of NiceHash.

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